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Kansas: Evergy pushes to price solar out of the state
Kansas utilities fought to kill net metering and managed to get incentives for solar owners slashed. Not satisfied, one of the utilities, Evergy, tried to impose new fees on solar owners that the Kansas Supreme Court described as illegal price discrimination. Evergy's amended rate proposal, which repackaged those very same fees, was rejected by state regulators, but is still being charged to customers in some parts of the state.
Ohio: FirstEnergy opposition to solar at heart of massive bribery scandal
South Carolina: Dominion Power seeking to hike solar fees
California: PG&E, SoCal Edison and SDG&E push drastic net metering rollback, high fixed solar charges
California's big three utilities are trying to cut net metering payments and impose heavy solar fees even as the state is working toward ever more ambitious climate goals.